Every year we are asked about how late is too late to spray herbicides to control weeds such as marestail, Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, burcucumber, and others. As usual, the answer […]
With barley and wheat harvest in various stages, double-crop soybean planting will soon follow in some areas of the state. Weeds are generally less of a problem in double-crop soybean […]
As the growing season progresses, crops are growing rapidly. As a reminder, many herbicides have application restrictions related to the crop stage of growth, as well as, if the crop […]
As we proceed through the growing season, there are several issues surrounding weed control and herbicide use in corn, soybean, and small grain fields. Below are some items to consider: […]
Due to the volatile spring weather, soybean planting and spraying has been rather erratic. Some have been able to spray burndowns and residuals and plant in a timely manner while […]
Burcucumber is growing rapidly now with the moisture and warmer temperatures. In some parts of the state, it is about 6 inches tall. Now is the time to take action […]
With the wet weather we have experienced this spring, stressed crops and herbicide injury are always a possibility, particularly in corn from PRE applications. The primary ALS inhibitor corn herbicides […]
Wet weather impacts timely herbicide applications, so what options are available if the corn has already emerged?
Pennsylvania: Weird Weather and Weed Wrangling May 17, 2022
Early season weed control can be challenging with extremes of weather conditions that make herbicide effectiveness variable.
Selecting the right herbicide burndown program for cover crop termination will be necessary to start clean this growing season. Key considerations include the cover crop species or mixture, cover crop […]